Do you remember Travis Scott’s Nike Dunk Low Pro ‘Buck’ that we almost mistook for a Nike Dunk Low ‘Brazil’? Well, Justin Bieber has joined this party to throw off this second model of the Orlando brand, a tribute to the epicenter of the world’s leading carnival.
It is not the first time that the Canadian artist has tried to test our knowledge of sneakers. Just a few days ago I was trying to pass on some Authentic Anti Social Social Club, the result of a limited-edition collaboration between Vans and the streetwear house of Neek Lurk, a former member of Stüssy; for a basic Authentic in white. He tried to confuse us, but he did not succeed.
Now, Justin Bieber once again boasts a collection of sneakers worthy of certified sneakerhead with this copy of Nike, first launched in 2001 and reissued in 2020, which will make you travel to the Latin country without having to get on a plane and curse turbulence. If you are afraid of heights, you are in luck.
At the chromatic level, you can see for yourself that Justin Bieber’s Nike Dunk Low ‘Brazil’ adopts the colors of the Brazilian flag in Color Block format, the result of which is colorful and striking sports shoes with which to convey a statement of intentions in the asphalt. It is possible that, due to this same tonal combination, you cannot wear them with your entire wardrobe as if they were white Air Force 1s, but they will help you make yourself noticed wherever you go every time you wear them.
At the design level, however, they are tremendously exquisite. Beyond the chromatic maelstrom of this special edition model, they are still a Nike Dunk Low, one of the simplest, most versatile, and classic references on the current market. With white laces and matching midsole, you can distinguish this model by its perforated upper and its University Yellow leather panels, which are contrasted with the pine green coatings and swoosh to turn the flag of a country into sneakers that you will want to keep. like gold on cloth forever.
Although this copy is discontinued on the official Nike website, where it was launched at a starting price of 100 euros, you can dive into the second-hand market to try to get your pair and thus imitate the singer of Peaches. In fact, you can try your luck at StockX, where you could have yours in a single click starting at $ 373 (€ 306.42 at current exchange rates).